Only Americans With A PhD Passed This English Grammar Test
Can you get at least 25/30 correctly?
If you're sick, are you nauseated or nauseous?
Is 'firstly' a word?
And how about 'irregardless'?
To praise is to:
A signal for action is a:
And a group of musical notes is a:
The standing height of a body is:
The word 'Irony' means:
And the word 'Ultimate' means:
Relating to climate is:
Pick the correct spelling:
Pick the correct statement:
If somebody is 'bemused', he is:
The word 'Compelled' means:
A preface or an introduction is a:
To draw out a reaction is to:
An elevated structure in a church is an:
Which of the following is used as an object, rather than a subject?
Not interested is:
Guarded and reserved is:
Most important is:
Spell the plural of the word 'moose':
Spell the plural of the word 'radius':
Spell the plural of the word 'phenomenon':
Spell the plural of the word 'oasis':
Spell the plural of the word 'deer':
Spell the plural of the word 'criterion':
Spell the plural of the word 'crisis':
Spell the plural of the word 'emphasis':
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